| Alick Nkhata|
| 1978, Zambia|
| Paul Ngozi, Nashil Pichen, Amayenge|Alick Nkhata Wikipedia
Alick Nkhata (1922–1978) was a popular Zambian musician and broadcaster in the 1950s through to the mid-1970s. Nkhata, Zambian Broadcasting Service’s director, formed the Lusaka Radio Band, which was later called the Big Gold Six Band. The band promoted Zambian music, translating original rural recordings into Westernized scored music.